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Surelock McGill systems installed on doorsets have been subject to independent ballistics testing by Wiltshire Ballistic Services. The tests use European, USA and Russian bullet types and calibres. Full doorset testing includes targets such as locks, hinges, vision panels, protected key cylinders, etc.
Testing carried out to the latest BS EN 1522:1999 European standard, with successful ratings are shown in the test summary table below. Comparable information on a selection of world standards are summarised in the Ballistic Data Comparison table (see below).
Test Summary BS EN 1522:1999
Selection of the Worlds Ballistics
FB4 trials at various items of door furniture
0.44 magnum (FB4) 2nd shot at hinge
Laser gun taking aim, 2nd shot
7.62 X 51 (FB7) embedded in cylinder guard
Ballistics Data Comparison
General note: BS EN 1063:2000 supercedes BS 5051, refer to relative standards for full information
– Coned lead
– Full steel jacket (plated)
– Full copper alloy jacket
– Flat nose bullet
– Steel hard core, mass 3.7g 0.1g, hardness more than 63 HRC
– Pointed bullet
– Round nosed bullet
– Soft core (lead)
– Soft core (lead) with steel penetrator (type SS109)
Wiltshire Ballistic Services laser aimed gun